Mango Phirni

Ahhhhh……….the king of fruits!!! Mango season is over, few last remaining mangoes are being sold in the market. So i bought a few to bid adieu to this royal fruit for this season. And what could be more appropriate than a mango dessert !! πŸ™‚

Had been thinking of making ‘payasam’ and then bingo !!! why don’t I combine it with mango and there we go………Mango phirni. Easy to make and good to eat πŸ˜‰

mango phirni

mango phirni

Presenting here is the Mango phirni from the Sentient food platter.

sentient food -sattvic food

Here’s what i did……….


2 cups – full cream milk

1 tbsp – raw rice (soaked in water)

1 nos – green cardamom (roughly crushed)

1/2 cup – ripe mango pulp

5 tsp – sugar

1 tsp – finely chopped almond slivers

pinch of rose petals ( fresh or dried)

few drops of kewra essence


Heat the milk in a pan. Once it comes to boil add the crushed cardamom and lower the heat.

Make a coarse paste of the soaked rice or use a mortar and pestle to crush. Add this to the boiling milk and keep stirring often. Once the rice has blended and cooked, add the sugar. Cook for another 3-4 mins and take it off fire. Once it cools down to room temperature, refrigerate.

Before serving, take the chilled phirni out, add the kewra essence and the mango pulp. Blend it well. Garnish with almonds slivers and rose petals.

Serve chilled.

mango phirni

Note : Garnish can be of your choice. One may add chopped fruits and other dry fruits.

Happy navratras !!!

Happy cooking !!! πŸ˜€

Cheers !!! πŸ˜‰


About andy

hi there.....friends call me Andy :) I am a school teacher by profession. Passionate about reading, some random experimental cooking, some hit 'n' miss photography......and i am a dreamer ;) Thank you for popping by :)
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11 Responses to Mango Phirni

  1. This is so pious and amazingly delish.

  2. Charanya says:

    Am so veganizing this recipe. Bookmarked ❀

  3. Malar says:

    Yummm Andy πŸ™‚

  4. i love mango flavoured phirni and your version looks rich and nectarous Andy…

  5. Chhapan Bhog says:

    This looks so mangolicilus.. Amazing recipe.. Haven’t tried mango flavoured phirni ever.. But, I can feel that it has to be nice… πŸ™‚

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